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THIS IS A SUBCONTRACTING OPPORTUNITY WITH EDUCATION MANAGEMENT CORPORATION FOR PHOENIX JOB CORPS CENTER AND NOT THE DEPARTMENT OF LABOR

Department of Labor, Employment Training Administration | Published March 4, 2015  -  Deadline March 20, 2015
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This is a subcontracting opportunity with Education Management Corporation, not United States Department of Labor. Phoenix Job Corps Center is a federally funded education and vocation training program for youth between 16-24. Phoenix Job Corps Center is operated by Education Management Corporation. Phoenix Job Corps Center is interested in establishing a Blanket Purchase Agreement (BPA) for Multi-use copy paper, must be color: white, a minimum of 20% recycle, 20 lb. and 92 brightness for approximately 25 case a month. Bidders should note that this agreement is an agreement with Education Management Corporation, the Phoenix Job Corps Center and not the with the Department of Labor. All bidders must be registered with sam.gov, submit your bids with the attached forms and a copy of company's W-9.

THIS IS A SUBCONTRACTING OPPORTUNITY WITH EDUCATION MANAGEMENT CORPORATION FOR PHOENIX JOB CORPS CENTER AND NOT THE DEPARTMENT OF LABOR

Department of Labor, Employment Training Administration | Published March 23, 2015  -  Deadline April 16, 2015
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This is a subcontracting opportunity with Education Management Corporation for Phoenix Job Corps Center and not the Department of Labor. Phoenix Job Corps Center is a federally funded education and vocation program for youth between the ages of 16-24. Phoenix Job Corps Center is interested in establishing a Blanket Purchase Agreement (BPA) for uniform apparel and soliciting vendors for student uniforms. Preference to a company for consignment. Bid packages are available by contacting Cristina Brooks, Purchasing Agent at brooks.cristina@jobcorps.org

THIS IS A SUBCONTRACTING OPPORTUNITY WITH EDUCATION MANAGEMENT CORPORATION FOR PHOENIX JOB CORPS CETNER AND NOT THE U.S. DEPARTMENT OF LABOR

Department of Labor, Employment Training Administration | Published August 10, 2015  -  Deadline September 11, 2015
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This is a subcontracting opportunity with Education Management Corporation for Phoenix Job Corps Center no the U.S. Department of Labor. Phoenix Job Corps Center is a federally funded education and vocation training program for youth 16-24 yrs of age. Phoenix Job Corps Center is operated by Education Management Corporation. Phoenix Job Corps Center is interested in establishing a Blanke Purchase Agreement (BPA) for Medical Hazardouse Waste Collection and removal. Vendors must be registered with sam.gov Email Cristina Brooks to request scope of work at brooks.cristina@jobcorps.org

THIS IS A SUBCONTRACTING OPPORTUNITY WITH EDUCATION MANAGEMENT CORPORATION NOT UNITED STATES DEPARMENT OF LABOR

Department of Labor, Employment Training Administration | Published August 25, 2015  -  Deadline September 18, 2015
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This is a Subcontract Opportunity with Education Management Corporation not the United States Department of Labor. Phoenix Job Corps Center is a federally funded education and vocation training program for youth between 16-24. Phoenix Job Corps is interested in establishing a Blank Purchase Agreement (BPA) for student clothing/uniforms, with no minimum purchase guaranteed. Award may be for all or only partial of the items. Estimated annual quantities: Industrial Work Pants 1,5550 Industrial Work Shirts 70 Cargo Pants 180 Blue Jeans 60 Painter's Pants 120 Polo Shirts 1,630 Long Sleeve T-shirts 180 Scrub Tops 270 Scrub Bottoms 270 Nurse's shoes 140 Steel Toe Work Boots 130 Security Style Boots 90 Belts 520 Jackets 520 All vendors must be registered with sam.gov and must submit a copy of your company's w-9 with your bids

THIS IS A SUBCONTRACTING OPPORTUNITY WITH EDUCATION MANAGEMENT CORPORATION FOR PHOENIX JOB CORPS CENTER AND NOT THE DEPARTMENT OF LABOR

Department of Labor, Employment Training Administration | Published August 25, 2015  -  Deadline September 18, 2015
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This is a subcontracting opportunity with Education Management Corporation, not the United States Department of Labor. Phoenix Job Corps Center is a federally funded education and vocation training program for youth between 16-24. Phoenix Job Corps is interested in establishing a Blank Purchase Agreement (BPA) for multi-use copy paper for approximately 25 cases per month with the following specifications: Color: White Recycle: Minimum of %30 recycled Paper Weight: 20 lb Brightness: 92 All bidders must be registered with sam.gov., submit your bids with a copy of the company's w-9 form.

THIS IS A SUBCONTRACTING OPPORTUNITY WITH EDUCATION MANAGEMENT CORPORATION FOR PHOENIX JOB CORPS CENTER AND NOT THE U.S. DEPARTMENT OF LABOR

Department of Labor, Employment Training Administration | Published August 10, 2015  -  Deadline September 11, 2015
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This is a subcontract opportunity with Education Management Corporation for Phoenix Job Corps Center, not the U.S. Department of Labor. Phoenix Job Corps Center is a residential training vocational and academic facility operated by Education Management Corporation. Phoenix Job Corps Center is interested in negotiating and establishing a Blanket Purchase Agreement (BPA) for Solid Waste Collection. Vendors must be registered with sam.gov Emails Cristina Brooks to request scope of work at brooks.cristina@jobcorps.org

Replacement of Refrigerated Salad Bar at Phoenix Job Corps Center THIS IS A SUBCONTRACTING OPPORTUNITY WITH EDUCATION MANAGEMENT CORPORATION FOR PHOENIX JOB CORPS CENTER AND NOT THE U.S. DEPARTMENT OF LABOR

Department of Labor, Employment Training Administration | Published February 10, 2016  -  Deadline March 5, 2016
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This is a subcontracting opportunity with Education Management Corporation for Phoenix Job Corps Center and not the U.S. Department of Labor.Phoenix Job Corps Center is a federally funded education and vocation training program for youth 16-24 yrs of age.  Phoenix Job Corps Center is operated by Education Management Corporation.  Phoenix Job Corps Center is requesting bid proposal for replacement of 17'-6" Aeroserv cafeteria counter with 20ga s/s bodies and 14ga s/s continous top.  Please email me request for specifications.

THIS IS A SUBCONTRACTING OPPORTUNITY WITH EDUCATION MANAGEMENT CORPORATION NOT THE UNITED STATES DEPT. OF LABOR

Department of Labor, Employment Training Administration | Published September 22, 2015  -  Deadline October 13, 2015
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This is a subcontracting opportunity with Education Management Corporation not the United States Dept. of Labor. Phoenix Job Corps Center is a federally funded education and vocation training program for youth between the ages of 16-24. Phoenix Job Corps is interested in establishing a Blank Purchase Agreement (BPA for office supplies (see below) with no minimum purchase agreement. Award may be all or only partial of the the following items: Description: HP TONER/INKJET (no refurbished products) for approximately 45 each per year HEWC49092A HP 6A HP, BK 8A HP, BK HEWCC530A, BK 31A, CYAN 32A, YELLOW 33A, MAGENTA HEWC7115A, BK HEWQ2624A, BK HEWCB436A, BK HEWQ5949A, BK HEWQ7553A, BK HEWCC364A, BK HEWCE278A, BK HEWCF280A, BK HEWCB316WN, BK HEWCB319WN, MAGENTA HEWCB320WN, YELLOW HEWCB318WN, CYAN HEWC3903A HEWCE505A, BK HEWQ2610A, BK HEWQ2612A, BROTHER TN350 PANASONIC UG5540 Description: 3x5 note cards; for approximately 250/year Spiral Steno Book, 6x9 for approximately 300/year Writing Pad Rule, 8.5x11 for approximately 300/year Spiral Bound Notebook, College Ruled 8.5x11 for approximately 300/year Composition Book, 7.5x9" Ruled for approximately 400/year Assorted Color Hightlighters for approximately 5,000/year #2 Pencils for approximately 5,000/year Medium Pens for approximately 5,000/year

THIS IS A SUBCONTRACTING OPPORTUNITY WITH EDUCATION MANAGEMENT CORPORATION FOR PHOENIX JOB CORPS CENTER NOT THE UNITED STATES DEPARMENT OF LABOR

Department of Labor, Employment Training Administration | Published September 9, 2015  -  Deadline October 3, 2015
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This is a subcontracting opportunity with Education Management Corporation for Phoenix Job Corps not the United States Department of Labor. Phoenix Job is a federally funded education and vocation training program for youth between 16-24. Phoenix Job Corps is interested in establishing a Blanket Purchasing Agreement (BPA) for Ditty Bags for approximately 600 males and 600 female bags in a twelve (12) month period, monthly orders are approximately 50 male and 50 female. Price Bids to include freight charges per order. One (1) each of the following contents for Males: 30x40 Nylon Laundry Bag 50" Bath Towel Wash Cloth 2oz Baby Powder 1.5oz Deodorant Roll-on Hair Brush 2oz Hand/Body Lotion 2oz Mouthwash Disposable Single Razor 2oz Shampoo 1.5oz Shave Gel Shower Shoes (large) 1.5oz soap bar Toothbrush 1.5oz Toothbrush One (1) each of the following contents for Females: 30x40 Nylon Laundry Bag 50" Bath Towel Wash Cloth 2oz Baby Powder 1.5oz Deodorant Roll-on Hair Brush 2oz Hand/Body Lotion 2oz Mouthwash Disposable Single Razor 2oz Shampoo 1.5oz Shave Gel Shower Shoes (large) 1.5oz soap bar Toothbrush 1.5oz Toothbrush 5-Feminine Pads 5-Tampons All bidders must be registered with www.sam.gov., submit your bids with a copy of your company's w-9 form

THIS IS A SUBCONTRACTING OPPORTUNITY WITH RESCARE, INC., A SUBCONTRACTOR FOR EDUCATION MANAGEMENT CORPORATION, NOT THE U.S. DEPARTMENT OF LABOR TO PROVIDE CENTER MENTAL HEALTH CONSULTANT (CMHC)

Department of Labor, Employment Training Administration | Published March 30, 2016  -  Deadline April 29, 2016
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THIS IS A SUBCONTRACTING OPPORTUNITY  CENTER MENTAL HEALTH CONSULTANT (CMHC)  SOLICITATION - PHX2016-001  NAICS Code:621330 Total Small Business Set-Aside  Period of Performance June 1, 2016 - September 30, 2016 One year option October 1, 2016 to September 30, 2017  Bid Date: April 29, 2016 - 5:00 pm (MT)  Education Management Cooperation Operator of   PHOENIX JOB CORPS CENTER 518 SOUTH 3RD ST PHOENIX, AZ 85004  Operated by EMC. Under contract #J12SA20047 with the U.S. Department of Labor/Employment & Training Administration    March 23, 2016  TABLE OF CONTENTS       Introduction to Phoenix Job Corps Center Description of Work Required (Scope of Work) and Location Advertisement for Bids Information for Bidders Bid Provisions Bid Form   INTRODUCTION TO PHOENIX JOB CORPS CENTER     Phoenix Job Corps Center is a federal program administered by the U.S. Department of Labor / Employment & Training Administration. It is operated by Education Training Corporation (EMC) under contract #J12SA20047 with the Department of Labor. ResCare Inc. is a subcontractor to EMC and has responsibility over the Health and Wellness Department for which the services of the Mental Health Consultant falls under. THIS SUBCONRACT AGREEMENT WILL BE BETWEEN RESCARE and THE AWARDEE   Phoenix Job Corps provides vocational and academic training to disadvantaged youth 16 to 24 years old. Phoenix Job Corps Center operates 24/7 with 353 students.   DESCRIPTION OF SERVICE REQUIRED SCOPE OF WORK CENTER MENTAL HEALTH CONSULTANT     The center mental health provider (CMHP), referred to henceforth as the center provider or Contractor, agrees to provide students of the Phoenix Job Corps Center, referred to henceforth as the center, with the services stated herein. Services will be provided as authorized by the Center Director or his/her representative, who will provide a schedule of hours and days to be worked. Payment for services rendered will be according to the agreed upon hourly rate for a maximum of twenty one (21) hours per week, on average, fifty (50) per year. This number is based upon the PRH requirement of a minimum of 6 hours per 100 students. The period of performance is June 1, 2016 - September 30, 2016 with One year option from October 1, 2016 to September 30, 2017   The center and the CMHP hereby agree that the services to be provided will include, but will not be limited to, those mental health services specified in the Job Corps Federal Regulations (Title 20 Code of Federal Regulations, Part 670.525) in the Job Corps Policy and Requirements Handbook (PRH) Chapter 6, and applicable Technical Assistance Guides (TAGS) and Desk Reference Guides (DRGs), which can be found on the Job Corps Health and Wellness website. Overview of Responsibilities The emphasis of the Mental Health and Wellness Program must be on prevention, early detection, identification of mental health problems, and helping students overcome barriers to employability. The program utilizes an Employee Assistance Program (EAP) approach, which includes short-term counseling with an employability focus, referral to center support groups, and crisis intervention. The CMHP is part of the Health and Wellness team and collaborates closely with the Health and Wellness Manager, Counseling Manager, TEAP specialist, Disability Coordinator, and Center Physician. Breakdown of Center Mental Health Provider Responsibilities:   1. Assessment and Care Management:   Involvement in the applicant file review process and weekly Reasonable Accommodation Committee meetings, including providing assessments and recommendations for Job Corps applicants. The provider will provide support to the Disability Coordinator to ensure students with mental health disabilities are accurately reflected in the data system with accommodations, when appropriate. Review of Social Intake Form (SIF) or intake assessment performed by counseling staff of students who indicate mental health history, current mental health problems, or who request to see the center mental health provider (must be done within one week of student arrival). Complete mental health intakes, evaluation, and/or case management of referred students. Provider will review the referral and heath records prior to the student intake interview. After the interview, the provider will document findings, including a working DSM diagnosis, barriers to employability, and determined treatment needs. If the student needs assistance, then a written management plan will be developed and elements of the plan will be shared with appropriate staff. Establish a written referral/feedback system with documentation in the student health record for both on- and off-center treatment, including medication management. The maintenance, confidentiality, and safeguarding of all necessary mental health records will be assured.   2. Mental Health Promotion and Education   Coordination with management staff, wellness manager, and other departments/programs on center to develop integrated promotion and education services for staff and students. At least one annual center-wide mental health promotion and education activity. Of the minimum required coverage per week, 50 percent must be used for a combination of the following activities: mental health promotion, prevention, and education for students and staff; consultation to Center Director and staff; annual trainings; disability program support; or TEAP support. Except for emergencies or consults by a psychiatrist, all mental health clinical services defined as basic health care in PRH Exhibit 6-4 must be provided on center by the CMHC and/or designated intern, extern, or practicum graduate student.   3. Staff Development and Consultation   Documented monthly clinical consultation meetings with Center Director (CD) to discuss the status of the mental health program. The center provider may serve as a technical advisor and assist the CD and senior staff with identifying center trends. Participate in weekly meetings with TEAP specialist to provide support for difficult cases and consult regarding medical separations. Care coordination should be documented in the Student Health Record (SHR). Staff development on using mental health principles and techniques. This may include ways to improve student motivation, improving interpersonal difficulties in the dorms, coping with problems of alcohol and drug use, sexuality, aggressive behavior and communication skills. Assist health education instructors on the implementation of the health education program to include mental health and wellness. Consultation with center health staff, counselors, day advisors, instructors, and other appropriate staff concerning the ongoing mental problems of students. Provide annual staff trainings on adolescent growth and development. If needed, participate in orientation sessions for admission counselors by making presentations on the center mental health and wellness program, the role of the center provider in Job Corps, and mental health-related review concerns. These presentations should be aimed toward helping admission counselors understand their role and the importance of getting complete information.   4. Intervention and Treatment:   Short-term counseling defined as no more than 6 sessions with mental health checks as needed. The focus of these sessions should be on retention and behaviors that represent employability barriers. Preparing case management plans that identify specific expectations of staff and the student, with the focus on employability skills. In limited situations, performing or arranging psychological testing services as needed and authorized. Collaboration with TEAP Specialist in the short term counseling of students with co-occurring conditions of mental health and substance use. Collaboration with center physician and health and wellness staff on psychotropic medication monitoring of stable students, with the advice of consulting psychiatrist, if appropriate. Develop a counseling component to the mental health and wellness program that focuses on students' individual needs and progress in personal and social development, basic education, and vocational training. Collaborate with counseling staff to develop and/or lead psycho-educational skill building groups to promote mental health (e.g., relaxation training, anger management, mood regulation, assertiveness skills, handling relationships, sleep hygiene, etc.). These counseling services are to be provided by the career counselors, residential living staff, and other appropriate staff with the guidance and support of the CMHP.   Information exchange through regular, weekly, documented case conferences between the Center Mental Health Provider, counselors, and other appropriate staff based on individual student needs. In the event of a mental health emergency, the mental health provider or the center physician will conduct a mental health evaluation as soon as possible and, when necessary; refer the student for psychiatric care. If neither the provider nor physician is available, the student will be referred immediately to the closest emergency facility. Students who are a danger to themselves or others must be supervised continuously until the disposition of their cases is resolved, which should be as soon as possible. Students may be referred to off-center mental health professionals or agencies in instances where their mental health needs are beyond the basic care provided by JC.   5. Ongoing Education, Support and Building Job Corps Community:   Participate in monthly Regional Office Teleconferences with the Regional Mental Health Specialist as required. Make an effort to attend the annual National Health and Wellness Conference.   The center provider agrees to adhere to the policies, procedures, and guidelines established by Job Corps. The center provider, under the Center Director's guidance and approval, will have primary responsibility to implement the program outlined above and may be assisted by the Job Corps National Office and/or health providers. The center provider, with the approval of the Center Director, may delegate by written and dated standing orders any of his/her responsibilities set forth in this contract to appropriate qualified staff. The center provider may delegate provider responsibilities set forth in this contract to any other full- or part-time provider only with the Center Director's prior written approval and a prior review of the secondary provider's qualifications by the Regional Director and Regional Mental Health Specialist. The center provider will be assisted by the Job Corps National Health Staff (NHS) and lead regional health specialists. The latter will act under guidance and direction from the NHS.   STANDARD CONTRACT TERMS AND CONDITIONS   ResCare Inc. standard Terms and Conditions are included with this RFQ. It is the Contractor's responsibility to verify ResCare's current Terms and Conditions at the time services and/or goods are provided.   ADDITIONAL TERMS AND CONDITIONS   Independent Contractor: Under this agreement, the Mental Health Consultant is an independent contractor and not an employee or agent of ResCare Inc. or the Department of Labor, Job Corps. As an independent contractor the CMHC acknowledges that he/she would not be covered by Worker's Compensation. The center CMHC agrees to provide professional insurance to cover the medical provider professional's services to students. The CMHC agrees to indemnify and save the center harmless from any expenses, including attorney's fees and also claims on account of damage to property or bodily injury (including death) which may be sustained by himself/herself or his/her employees in connection with work performed. (Detailed insurance and indemnification requirements are below.) Termination: This agreement may be terminated, with respect to the remaining term of the agreement, at any given time by either party upon a written notice thereof to the other, effective thirty (30) days after acknowledged receipt of said notice.   Public Statements: The CMHC agrees to make no public statements concerning students, ResCare Inc. or Job Corps activities without prior written approval of the Center Director or his/her designated representative. Research Projects and Publications: All research projects and/or publications relating to Job Corps health activities will first be cleared through the National Office of Job Corps, Washington, D.C. Assignability: This contract may not be assigned by the center CMHC, but may be assigned by ResCare Inc. This contract along with any accompanying materials referenced in the ResCare RFQ-sets forth the entire and only contract between ResCare Inc. and the CMHC. Any representation, promise or conditions, whether oral or written, not incorporated herein will not be binding upon either party. Governing Law: This agreement shall be construed and enforced in accordance with the laws of the State of Arizona. Conflict in Hours: The CMHC agrees that he/she will not be entitled to and will not claim compensation for services performed under this contract for any hours of a working day for which he/she has received other compensation funds. For the purpose of this clause, payments by agencies or organizations funded by contracts or grants from the United States will constitute compensation from United States provided funds. It is further agreed by the CMHC that any claim for compensation submitted in violation of this clause will, if paid, be recoverable from the contract.         Privacy Act:  1. Contractor (the Provider) agrees: To comply with the Privacy Act of 1974 and the rules and regulations issued pursuant to the Act in design, development, or operation of any system of records on individuals in order to accomplish an agency function when the contract specifically identifies (I) the system or systems of records and (II) the work to be performed by the Provider in terms of anyone or combination of the following: design, development, or operation; To include the solicitation notification contained in this contract in every solicitation and resulting subcontract and in every subcontract award without a solicitation when the statement of work in the proposed subcontract requires the design, development, or operation of a system of records on individuals to accomplish an agency function; and To include this clause, including this paragraph (c), in all subcontracts awarded pursuant to this contract which require the design, development, or operation of such a system of records. 2. In the event of violations of the Act, a civil action may be brought, against the agency involved where the violation concerns the design, development, or operation of a system of records on individuals to accomplish any agency function, and criminal penalties may; be imposed upon the officers or employees of the agency where the violation concerns the operations of a system of records on individuals to accomplish an agency function. For purposes of the Act when the contract is for the operations a system of records on individuals to accomplish an agency function, the contractor and any employee of the contractor is considered to be an employee of the agency.   3. The terms used in this clause have the following meanings: a. "Operation of a system of records" means performance of any of the activities associated with maintaining the system of records including the collection, use, and dissemination of records. b. "Record" means any item, collection, or grouping of information about an individual that is maintained by an agency, including, but not limited to, the individual's education, financial transaction, medical history, and criminal or employment history, and that contains the individual's name, or the identifying number, symbol, or other identifying particulars assigned to the individual such as a finger or voice print or a photograph. c. "System of records" on individuals means a group of any records under the control of any agency from which information is retrieved by the name of the individual or by some identifying number, symbol, or other identifying particular assigned to the individual.   Indemnification: Contractor shall defend, indemnify and hold harmless ResCare and its officers, directors, employees, agents, shareholders, partners, joint ventures, affiliates, successors and assigns from and against any and all liabilities, obligations, claims, demands, suits, losses, expenses, damages, fines, judgments, settlements and penalties, including, without limitation, costs, expenses and attorneys' fees incident thereto, arising out of or based upon contract damages,   property damage or bodily injury (including death at any time resulting there from) to any person, including Contractor's employees, affiliates, or agents, occasioned by or in connection with (1) Contractor's performance of (or failure to perform) the contract duties hereunder; (2) a violation of any laws or any negligent act or omission by Contractor or its affiliates, subcontractors, agents or employees during the performance of the contract duties hereunder; or (3) a breach of this Agreement by Contractor or any of its affiliates, subcontractors, agents, or employees. The aforesaid obligation of indemnity shall be construed so as to extend to all legal, defense and investigation costs, as well as all other reasonable costs, expenses and liabilities incurred by the party indemnified, from and after the time at which the party indemnified received notification (whether verbal or written) that a claim or demand is to be made or may be made. Contractor's obligation under this section does not extend to any liability caused by the sole negligence of Job Corps Contractor ResCare. Insurance: Workers' Compensation insurance to cover obligations imposed by federal and state statutes having jurisdiction of its employees engaged in the performance of the services represented by this contract, and Employers' Liability insurance with a minimum limit of $500,000. Evidence of qualified self-insured status shall also suffice for this section. Professional Medical Liability insurance with a minimum combined single limit of $1 million for each occurrence and an aggregate of $3 million. General Liability insurance with a minimum combined single limit of $1 million for each occurrence and an aggregate of $3 million. (or letter, as per below). Where appropriate, Comprehensive Business Automobile Liability insurance with a combined single limit of $1 million per occurrence and in the aggregate. ResCare/Phoenix Job Corps Center must be listed as an 'addition insured' as their interest may appear, on both the Professional Medical Liability and General Liability insurance.   If Contractor does not carry General Liability insurance and Contractor's Professional Liability insurance carrier does not offer General Liability coverage, Contractor will submit a letter from the carrier stating that the carrier does not provide the coverage. Failure to procure and maintain the required insurance and provide proof thereof, in the form of an appropriately executed certificate of insurance prior to the effective date of this contract or within thirty (30) days following the commencement of a new policy period, shall constitute a material breach of the contract. Such certificate shall contain provisions that coverage afforded under the policies shall not be canceled, terminated, or materially altered without at least thirty (30) days prior written notice to the other party. Contractor shall obtain the required insurance from a provider that is rated A- or better by A.M. Best or as acceptable by ResCare Inc.   NOTE: For further consideration, vendors who are unable to meet any of the above insurance requirements should provide a detailed statement as to why they are unable to comply. Prime Contract Invoicing: Contractor shall submit to ResCare Inc. on a bi-weekly basis, an invoice for services provided during the covered billing period. The invoice shall include, at a minimum: Breakdown of hours worked in a timesheet format Date(s) services provided Hourly rate for individual services, extended unit price and total Invoice number and date       SELECTION OF CONTRACTOR     In addition to the hourly rate of service, selection of the contractor will be based on the following criteria:   Experience in providing medical care for adolescents and young adults Provision of medical services to youth who are economically and socially disadvantaged Previous practice in residential settings such as schools, colleges, institutions, military and correctional institutions Acceptance of ResCare Terms and Conditions Certifications, licensing or accreditation as required by the State of Arizona     LOCATION     Work is to be performed at PHOENIX JOB CORPS CENTER 518 SOUTH 3RD ST PHOENIX, AZ 85004         SUBCONTRACTING OPPORTUNITY   CENTER MENTAL HEALTH CONSULTANT     ResCare, Inc., subcontractor to Education and Training Management (EMC) Operator of Phoenix Job Corps Center, is seeking bids for the position of Center Mental Health Consultant (CMHC) who will provide Health Care Services for a total of 18 hours per week for Job Corps students at PHOENIX JOB CORPS CENTER 518 SOUTH 3RD ST PHOENIX, AZ 85004       Interested parties may fill out the attached bid package and send to Nancy Dean, Health and Wellness Manager, at 602-322-2821 or by email to:     Bids must be submitted no later than 5:00 pm, April 29, 2016.         INFORMATION FOR BIDDERS     Vendor must fill in all information to receive consideration.   Bids must be submitted on the enclosed form with attachments.   Vendor must acknowledge, sign and date ResCare's non-conflict of interest (attached to bid package)   Active, unrestricted license to practice as an independent practitioner in the State of Arizona   Clinical/Counseling Psychologist or Clinical Social Worker   Resume or Curriculum Vitae   Faxed & emailed bids will be accepted.   Bids must be good for the entire period of performance.   Submit proof of insurance & copies of appropriate licenses and/or permits with bid.   Vendor must register with the System for Award Management (SAM) if they receive Award of Subcontract. For information on registering with SAM, go to   Bids may be submitted by delivery, fax, or email to:   Nancy Dean, Health and Wellness Manager Phoenix Job Corps Center 518 SOUTH 3RD ST PHOENIX, AZ 85004 Phone: 602-322-2821 Fax: 602-322-7097 Email:   dean.nancy@jobcorps.org                                 Bid Provisions     The following bid provision will apply. Failure to carefully read and follow all instructions specifications will be at bidder's risk.   All prices and notations must be in ink or typewritten. No erasures are permitted. Errors may be crossed out and corrections printed in ink or typed adjacent and must be initialed in ink by person signing bid.   Price Warranty: The hourly rates quoted herein are no higher than would be quoted to any other customer, commercial and/or agencies or the United States Government for similar agencies   The bidder will list on a separate sheet of paper any exceptions to the conditions of this bid. This sheet will be labeled "Exceptions to Bid Conditions" and will be attached to the Bid Form. If no exceptions are stated, it will be understood that all general and specific conditions will be complied without exception   ResCare reserves the right to accept and/or reject any or all bids or waive any formality connected with the bids. Lowes rate or overall bid does not constitute bid award. ResCare will be the sole judge of which bid is selected for approval (See "Selection of Contractor" above) and contract award   Items will be quoted F.O.B destination. No additional charge for delivery, drayage, express, parcel post, packing, cartage, insurance, license fees, permit, cost of bonds, or for any other purpose will be paid by ResCare unless specifically included in the bid and accepted by ResCare.   In the event that a contract is awarded in response to this RFQ, the below statement of work, provisions and set forth terms and conditions will be incorporated in their entirety into the subcontract and become an integral part of the subcontract when the subcontract is accepted by the contractor, wither by acknowledgement or commencement of performance.             BID FORM     Center Mental Health Consultant (CMHC)   Period of performance for this Agreement extends from June 1, 2016 - September 30, 2016 With One year option from October 1, 2016 to September 30, 2017     Vendor must fill in all information to receive consideration. Vendor must have available for a face to face interview. Sign with your company's name and official signature. Return this form in an envelope marked with the solicitation number noted and return to Nancy Dean, Health and Wellness Manager, Phoenix Job Corps Center 518 SOUTH 3RD ST PHOENIX, AZ 85004 email:     Please note - Vendor must be registered with the System for Award Management (SAM) to receive Award of Subcontract.       BID MUST BE VALID FOR A 60 DAY PERIOD   Please complete the following information for providing service:     TOTAL AMOUNT BID: __________ per hour   Please submit copy of license and professional liability insurance with Bid.     Provide three (3) references with contact information:   1) _______________________________________________   2) _______________________________________________   3) _______________________________________________ Bidder Name / Company ____________________________________________ Address ___________________________________ City, ST ZIP _________________ Phone # _____________________ Fax # __________________ Email ________________________________ D-U-N-S ____________________ Currently registered in System for Award Management? (Circle one) Yes / No   By submission of the this bid, each bidder certifies, and in the case of a joint bid each party thereto certifies as to its own organization, that this bid has been arrived at independently, without consultation, communication, or agreement as to any matter relating to this bid with any other bidder or with any competitor.     Bidder certifies, to the best of their knowledge and belief, that- 1) The Bidder is not presently debarred, suspended, proposed for debarment, or declared ineligible for the award of contracts by any Federal agency; 2) Has not, within a three-year period preceding this offer, been convicted of or had a civil judgment rendered against them for: commission of fraud or a criminal offense in connection with obtaining, attempting to obtain, or performing a public (Federal, State, or local) contract or subcontract; violation of Federal or State antitrust statutes relating to the submission of offers; or commission of embezzlement, theft, forgery, bribery, falsification or destruction of records, making false statements, tax evasion, violating Federal criminal tax laws, or receiving stolen property; 3) Is not presently indicted for, or otherwise criminally or civilly charged by a governmental entity with, commission of any of the offenses enumerated in #2 above; 4) Have not, within a three-year period preceding this offer, been notified of any delinquent Federal taxes in an amount that exceeds $3,000 for which the liability remains unsatisfied.   Bidder certifies it is a Small Business.         Print Name____________________________________       Authorized Signature_______________________________/____________ (Date) : Education Training Management (EMC) is a contractor to the U.S. Department of Labor, Office of Job Corps, for operation of the center. ResCare Inc. is subcontractor to EMC and has responsibility over the Health and Wellness Operation under which CMHC services fall. Winning Contractor shall cooperate with Center Medical Professionals and other contractors to assure performance for the operation of the Phoenix Job Corps Center in accordance with the Prime Contract. Contractor shall provide and maintain and cause its subcontractors to provide and maintain the following insurance coverage until obligations under this contract are satisfied: : Dean.Nancy@jobcorps.org https://www.sam.gov.Dean.Nancy@jobcorps.org Dean.Nancy@jobcorps.org Phone: 602-322-2821   621112 Offices of Physicians, Mental Health Specialists & 621330 Offices of Mental Health Practitioners (except Physicians)

Organizational Relationship Based Care Initiative

Department of Health and Human Services, Indian Health Service | Published August 20, 2015  -  Deadline September 3, 2015
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The Phoenix Area Indian Health Service (PAIHS), Phoenix Indian Medical Center (PIMC), has a requirement for a contractor to provide training and technical assistance to all levels of staff throughout the organization to implement Relationship-Based Care as a philosophy and operating model and concurrently ready the organization to meet Magnet Designation. The organization seeks an outside source experienced in the implementation of relationship-based care as a philosophy and operating structure and the implementation of a professional practice model. A professional practice model will describe how staff practice, collaborate, communicate and develop professionally to provide the highest quality care for those served by the organization. Contractor must possess a strong background in nursing practice with evidence of specialized training in nursing, specifically Relationship-Based Care. Contractor shall be a trained facilitator with demonstrated expertise in facilitating the development and implementation of a philosophy that focuses on the three Relationship-Based Care therapeutic/key relationships: 1) self as caregivers, 2) colleagues/co-workers, and 3) patients including their families/significant others. Contractor shall have a methodology or model that will educate and evaluate the organization in a repetitive or cyclical manner to ensure all 1,200 staff receive training and education in deliberate/logical segmented groups over a one base year and four option years. PIMC anticipates approximately 5-7 organizational segments/phases. Each organizational segment/phase shall have 4-7 departments comprised of up to 200 staff members. Throughout the performance period, PIMC requires consultation support, training materials and licensure for continued sustainment of Relationship-Based Care. Contractor shall have experience providing similar sized organizations consultation, training, and technical support relative to all levels of the organization (i.e. executive leadership, management, and direct service provides - clinical and non-clinical) that embrace the three therapeutic relationships, empowers staff, clarifies work, and reinforces the care delivery model. The contract shall be effective for a base year period beginning on award date and continuing for 12-months, with four one-year options periods available. The NAICS code for this requirement is 611430, SBA size standard is $10,000,000.00 and this requirement will be set-aside for Women-Owned Small Business (WOSB). Anticipated solicitation issued date will be on or about 9/4/2015, with the closing date of 10/4/2015, and will issued as a Request for Proposal using FAR Part15 for commercial item requirements and the award will be awarded as a Firm-Fixed Price Contract. Interested parties may obtain a copy of this solicitation number 15-247-SOL-00080 at the following URL: https://www.fbo.gov.

65--AMARILLO ULTRA SONIC CLEANER Purchase and Installation

Department of Veterans Affairs, Phoenix VAMC | Published January 5, 2016  -  Deadline January 15, 2016
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SCOPE OF WORK Ultrasonic Console to include Washer and Rinser GENERAL REQUIREMENTS: The Government intends to enter into a Firm Fixed Price Contract for the Purchase of an Ultrasonic Console to include a Washer and Rinser. The Vendor shall provide one (1) each Ultrasonic Console Cleaner/Washer and Rinser with Dryer with Left to Right Workflow 20 gallon capacity, 208V/3PH/132Hz. The contract shall include one (1) each Installation of Ultrasonic Console. A three (3) year extended warranty to include all parts and service in addition to the manufactures one (1) year factory warranty to be delivered and installed at the Amarillo VA Medical Center at 6010 Amarillo Blvd. West in Amarillo, TX that meets or exceeds technical requirements listed below. TECHNICAL REQUIREMENTS: " Vendor must provide a complete Ultrasonic System as outlined below. " Vendor must provide a 1-year (12 month) standard coverage warranty with 3 year extended comprehensive warranty to include parts, service and any associated/required travel to the facility. " A local manufactured certified service representative shall respond in person to all requests for service within 12 hours of contracting the Vendor customer service. " Vendor must provide 2 copies of the service manual and 2 copies of the user's manual Vendor must provide three (3) references from either VA or non-VA healthcare facilities that can speak to the vendors installation, service and support as it relates to the submitted Ultrasonic Console (Washer and Rinser). The Ultrasonic Cleaning System must contain a console consisting of a cleaner, rinser and dryer. The ultrasonic must cavitate at 132kHz. This micromechanical scrubbing action is needed to efficiently and effectively clean both hard to reach internal passages and heavily soiled external surfaces of reusable medical equipment. The Ultrasonic Cleaning System must be able to ultrasonically clean and rinse lumened (cannulated) instrumentation with the use of appropriately sized quick connect adapters that fit both the ultrasonic trays and the instrumentation so that cavitation can occur throughout the internal cannula of the device; heat-sensitive instrumentation and delicate instrumentation. The unit must have an automated lift elevator, toe touch cycle start (hands-free), automatic fill to maintain water level and quality, port flushing attachments for lumened device flushing capabilities, reverse port flushing capabilities for instruments without ports and a touch pad with preprogrammed cycles. The Ultrasonic must be environmentally friendly that allows rinse water to be reused up to 12 cycles, thus drastically reducing the amount of water used by the system. The ultrasonic must be able to accept instrument lubricant during the rinse phase in order to assist in maintaining the longevity of the instruments. The ultrasonic must combine both large bubbles and small bubbles to assist with soil-removing and good penetration capability. The unit's electrical and mechanical specifications are as follows: Electrical Requirements: 208V/3PH/132Hz and the mechanical specifications are 70" L x 41 ½" x 42 ¼" ± 1"H and weigh no more than 1280 lbs during operation. The operational noise level can be no more than 75dB. The unit must be on casters for ease of movement for preventative maintenance issues or when cleaning underneath the machine is necessary. The unit must have removable stainless steel panels on all sides. The unit must be able to use cold and hot tap water. The compressed air feed is to be no more than 30-40PSI. The units operational cycle time for wash will be no more than 5 minutes and wash, rinse and dry time no more than 10 minutes. SITE IMPLEMENTATION: Devices will be shipped to Amarillo VAHCS. Installation will be completed with on-station plumbers in coordination with Technical Representative. Facility will provide appropriate utilities. Vendor shall provide all necessary labor and materials associated with: " One Year product warranty " Adjustments to equipment to ensure proper functionality " 2 Operator's and 2 Technical Manuals Time to Completion: 30 Calendar days from Notice to Proceed. TRAINING: " Vendor shall provide hands on in-person training and education to the operators of the ultrasonic console (washer and rinser) in addition to any available manufactures training manuals for future educational reviews. This training will be coordinated with the Services Management and will be offered during normal Service business hours within 48 hours of the completion of installation. WARRANTY: One Year product warranty for the unit with an additional 3 year extended warranty to include parts and service. SELECTION CRITERIA: The following qualifications submitted by the vendor for this project will be evaluated based upon the following Evaluation Factors: Lowest Price Technically Acceptable 1. Equipment Specifications - The vendor proposes equipment that meets the specifications relative to project need. 2. Project Cost - The cost of each quote shall be evaluated. 3. References - Vendor must provide three (3) references from either VA or non-VA healthcare facilities that can attest to their experience with the vendors installation, service and support as it relates to the submitted Ultrasonic Console (Washer and Rinser). All references will be verified by the facilities subject matter expert. 4. The Vendor must be able to provide a local Manufactured Certified Service Representative (MCSR) for Service, Maintenance and warrantee. A MCSR shall respond in person, to all requests for service within 12 hours of contracting Vendor customer service. The Local Manufactured Certified Service Representative shall maintain a stocking level for all preventive maintenance and common serviceable parts during warrantee period. At no time during the warrantee period shall the equipment be nonoperational for more than 48 hours from the time customer service is contacted. The Vendor must provide the point of contact information for the MCSR and a copy of the Manufacturer's Certification with quote submission. 5. Vendor must provide specific documentation, such as but not limited to, statements, product brochures, technical drawings and specifications with the quote submittal so that Government Personnel can confirm that your product submission, warrantee and customer service conforms to this Scope of Work. Failure to provide the above information may cause the Government to consider your quote non-responsive and not eligible for award. The Government reserves the right to award without discussions and reserves the right to request clarifications about the documentation submitted. These clarifications will not be considered negotiations. No adjustment to the total price of the quote will be accepted after closing date on the Request for Quote.
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